Protecting Yourself After A Premises Liability Injury
When a property owner’s negligence or recklessness causes you to suffer an injury, it may not always be easy to pursue the compensation you deserve. Often, these injuries occur at a friend’s or family member’s home, making it a personal challenge to want to pursue a claim against them. Other cases often involve large companies and their overly prepared attorneys to fight your claim, so what can you do to look out for your own best interests?
Here at Wallace Law Firm, I recognize the difficult position that premises liability injury victims are in. I want you to know that the cost of dealing with the long-term consequences of your injury far outweigh the hesitancy or fear you may feel about filing a claim. Let me act as your advocate to pursue the compensation you need to cover the costs of your injuries.
How Negligence Can Hurt You
Property owners, whether they are residential homeowners or the owner of a large business, need to be sure that they are making their property a safe place for anyone who visits. A property owners’ recklessness or negligence often manifests in injuries such as:
- Slip and falls
- Dog bites
- Dangerous conditions that did not have proper signage
- Loose spills
- Loose stairways or handrails
It only takes a moment for a slip and fall to change the way you live. A simple fall to the ground can be enough to break a femur or hip and leave you with a limp or a cane for the rest of your life. These injuries can also cause you to suffer permanent nerve damage that limits your ability to move or feel in a particular body part.
Choose A Different Type Of Attorney
I pride myself on setting myself apart from other lawyers through my unique representation styles. I do not believe that my clients should have to “pay to play” for justice, which is why I only charge my clients if I can secure compensation for them.